Outriders Titanium - Best Way to Farm & Get Titanium

Titanium is a rare crafting material in Outriders. It’s used to upgrade a bunch of gear, mostly higher tiers – rare, epic and legendary. You’ll pretty much always need more than you have, so it’s good to think about farming strategies ahead of time. If you’re wondering what the best way to farm Titanium in Outriders is, this guide will explain everything.

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Outriders Titanium – Best Way to Farm & Get Titanium

How to get Titanium in Outriders?

There are several ways to get titanium, but they’re all pretty inefficient on their own:

  • Dismantling epic and legendary gear. When you get something you don’t want, dismantle it and you’ll get a handfull of titanium.
  • Sometimes enemies in higher world tiers will drop it – as will bosses.
  • It can be mined from ore veins.
  • You’ll get some every time your world tier increases after tier nine.

Outriders Best Way to Farm Titanium

As we’ve mentioned, none of the methods above is great on its own. The best way we’ve found is to increase your world tier some, then find a mission you can replay that has an elite enemy or a captain early on. Kill them, loot whatever they drop, then let the others kill you.

You can then restart the mission and head straight for the designated elite / captain, to repeat the process until you’re sick of it. They have a chance of dropping titanium themselves, and the gear you’ll get from them can sometimes yield titanium when dismantled.

In the meantime, keep an eye on titanium ore veins – you can see what they look like in the image above. It’s worth mining them whenever you spot one on a mission or in free roam, but going out of your way to look for them isn’t really cost effective. If you know of another good method for titanium farming in Outriders, feel free to share it in the comments.

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